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>> hello, everyone, and good morning. it is saturday, the 3rd of may, 2014. i'm anna kooiman. almost two years after four americans were killed in benghazi, will we finally get justice? >> i have evidence that not only are they hiding it, there is an intent to hide it. >> latest on this benghazi bombshell. >> and caught on camera. media bias at its most outrageous. >> see what you are writing down there you just wrote down blah blah blah for everything that joe ray said. she respected woman why are you writing blah blah blah
on your note bad. >> you thought it was bad in the press corps. this video will blow your mind. >> that's what my wife writes down when i talk is that wrong? ben affleck banned for life from a popular casino. wait until you see why. what was he doing there, batman? "fox & friends" right now. ♪ ♪ >> what is that from? that's the fox news trumpeter. >> the fastest two minutes in sports. >> the kentucky derby. >> why aren't threw? >> ainsley earhardt has on the bonnet this year. >> she is allergic to horses. can you smell the horses? i love this time of the year. spring is officially here. summer is right around the corner. moist, humid, rainy. janice dean is going to be here. >> why not take powder sugar pour it in a glass of
bourbon and have it for breakfast. [cheers] >> making the thousand dollar mint. >> a new document roocketly unearthed by a national security official by the obama administration preparing talking points for susan rice. you will remember right after those attacks, september 11th, 2012, she went on the sunday shows and claimed that these attacks were the result of popular outrage against a youtube video. the question for almost two years has been where did that line come from. it's demonstrably untrue. we now know it was part of a coordinated effort from the white house to spin the reality of benghazi. >> that document only unearthed after freedom of information act request. and the white house's talking points on all of this is that that document really had nothing to do with benghazi. it had to do separately with the attacks there. that's why we didn't release
the document. >> they said it had to do with the region not benghazi specifically. even though judicial watch group, the conservative watch group that filed suit. they had to sue to get these documents. that's what they asked for benghazi documents. >> we should be clear by the way the congressional investigators have been working to get relevant documents like this for more than a year and have been, for whatever reason, i hope we find out, unable to do that. it was left tore independent group, judicial watch to get it the congress couldn't get this document. >> trey gowdy was "on the record" last night with greta van susteren. he has evidence. he can't talk about it publicly just yet, specifically, that the white house is hiding something. and he is now the chairman of this committee. take a listen. >> i have evidence that not only are they hiding it, there is an intent to hide it. i can't close that evidence yet, but i have evidence that there was a systematic
intentional decision to withhold certain documents from congress, and we're just sick of it. so we're going to get him to come explain why we are getting documents 20 months late. >> i should say reportedly, maybe selected to head up that committee. the way it's interesting to watch democrats respond to this because a whole host of democrats taking to twitter, mocking the response about benghazi. here the right wing goes once again. harry reid managed to somehow weave the koch brothers into the into the debate. republicans showing yet again have nothing. more interested in defending it took 20 months and john boehner now announcing. >> he we live in an age of talking points and bipartisanship, we all know it it take two or three
steps back. this is the most powerful legislator in the world and we are talking about the death of four americans and he is bringing up koch brothers equal pay for equal work. this is really an inadequate pretty outrageous response. >> joe trippi, we will play sound from him later in the show this morning. he said look, democrats and of course he is a democrat. joe trippi saying look democrats need to get off this line and playing the partisan card here. partisan debate when four americans have died. the optics are terrible and it doesn't wash. >> other thing that is surprising is the way the state department has responded to this announcement of the special committee by john boehner and subpoenaing john kerry. we are are shocked. we are surprised because we have been cooperating. you have been cooperating? why did a nonprofit have to sue to you get these documents. >> it had nothing to do with benghazi. >> i forgot. >> nothing to see here, look away. >> it's unbelievable.
okay. so, probably many of you, this is going out on a limb here, may have suspicions about the media. reporters survey after survey has shown they are way more liberal than the average person and a lot of people believe their coverage reflects that orientation. very rarely is the curtain pulled back and you get to see what it's actually like inside a newspaper. a candidate for office in the state of oregon gave an interview with the editorial board of the weekly paper. here is what happened when they sat down. watch, this unbelievable. >> i see what you are writing down there, you just wrote down blah blah blah for everything that jo ray said is. she respectable woman why are you not respecting her by writing blah blah blah on your note pad. >> we will move on if you answer respectfully. >> you have to give respect in order to. >> climate change do you believe it's a myth or reality. >> it's a myth. >> it is. >> yes.
>> where are you on the easter bunny? >> are these really the questions that i was called here to answer? really? >> representative, i called you out for putting blah blah blah on your note pad and now you are asking me questions like this? >> you are done here. this is neither a fair or balanced meeting. this is is a meeting for us to do. >> it's a meeting being asked by disrespectful thin-skinned liberals like yourself. >> there is is the door. >> i have better things to do with my time. >> that's the republican candidate. >> that's unbelievable. >> to his left was the liberal candidate. he then went on to answer further the questions about climate change and he went into the discussion about it it but the fact that the reporter who was asking him the questions at first about climate change wasn't writing anything down. he was just going blah blah blah, i'm not listening to this republican candidate. and oh by the way, what do you think about the easter bunny. >> this was after the candidate was shown the door had basically called out the reporter for doing that for
a woman who was on speaker phone. she wasn't able to be there at the meeting. also a candidate. and, you know, you want to talk to harry reid about the war on women. well, there you go. there it is. >> what is so interesting by the way. this reporter gets writing blah blah blah down. you think the natural reaction would be busted. instead they go after the candidate for pointing it out you are not respectful. in case you think this is some little weekfully oregon not on the radar of the national press corps. the guy asking these questions won the pulitzer prize. i looked it up. so offended by. this guy in his 50s. he won the pulitzer prize. highest award in journalism. is he asking questions about the easter bunny. >> training ground for a national stage anyway. >> the will am met weekly. >> why are you on the easter bunny? >> where are you on the easter bunny?
>> other stories making headlines on your saturday morning. we will tell you about this. alarming news about a potentially deadly virus now here in the united states. the center for disease control announcing the first case of a respiratory virus called m rs in the united came down with the symptoms on april the 27th. the next day he was hospitalized barely able to breathe. cdc officials say the man traveled from riyadh to london heathrow airport on the 24th. he then boarded air flight to o'hare airport. from o'hare took a bus home indiana. man is in good condition. they are trying to track down passengers he may have come into close contact with during his trip. veterans left to die because of a secret wait list. officials at the v.a. hospital in phoenix denied anything about it a second whistleblower is stepping
forward. dr. catherine mitchell says officials are destroying evidence and that she has records proving the hospital used secret waiting lists to hide the long wait time veterans faced. coming up in our next hour, dr. mitchell joins us live. donald sterling breaking his silence for the first time since being banned for life from the nba. sounding off to de jour magazine about his former companion who recorded those statements, he said, quote: i wish i had just paid her off. the woman also speaking out saying she is sterling's protecter and loves him like a father and even said she doesn't think he is a racist. >> i think mr. sterling is from a different generation than i am. i think he was brought up to believe those things. >> what things? >> segregation. >> um-huh. >> whites and blacks. minorities, from black jews to light jews. >> do you think he should apologize? >> absolutely. >> do you think he will
apologize? >> only god knows. >> he gave her two bentleys, right? >> a ferrari, i think. >> head coach threatening to walk out over the racist comments. >> ♪ reunited and it feels so good? >> >> new jersey family who lost their dog during hurricane sandy finds him more than a year later. chuck and alicia james say they finally decided to adopt another dog. when they went to the local animal shelter the first pup brought out to them was their dog reckless. he showed up in november. but it's not clear where he was before that. >> that's amazing. >> so cool. >> looking for a dog, how about your own dog? >> that's so awesome. coming up, no english, no problem, you are still covered. new plan to fast track the civility benefits for those who don't speak english. guess who is paying for it? you are.
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quarter past the hour this saturday morning. no english, no problem. you will probably get fast tracked for. considers a person's ability to learn english when deciding if someone is disabled. joining us is reporter with the washington free beacon in. good morning. >> good morning. >> could this be true not knowing english counts in your favor in disability.
>> that's what is what senator jeff sessions discovered here. he did investigation from the budget committee which found they were looking into why has the disability roles increased so much. applications have gone up 230% in a decade. so they are wondering why this is. they found a little known policy where the social security administration will look at, you know, education as a factor when determining if someone is disabled. and the social security will say okay, they will consider if you cannot speak english as one of the small factors if someone is disabled. but what they have found is that is now being used as the only reason and you don't have to prove it in your hearing. can you just say through an interpreter no, i can't speak english and then they are being approved. sessions is raising this concern. >> yeah. so these lawyers are demanding that an interpreter be there, even if their client actually can, indeed, speak english. how does that even happen? i mean, how could something like this be on the becomes?
>> well, that's the thing, it's a little known -- it's almost a loophole. it's a policy that senator sessions is worried as being misconstrued by the social security administration. they are using this one little line which, as you know, social security disability insurance is meant for, you know, individuals that are in the workforce, american citizens, who are no longer able to work because of a physical or mental impairment. to become an american citizen, you have to demonstrate at least a basic knowledge of the english language and now they are finding in these hearings individuals applying are saying oh, you know, i can't speak english but through an interpreter they don't have to prove it and getting automatically approved. >> this is the same administration that advertises food stamps in mexico. isn't this something that would dissuade people from being assimilated. >> there are concerns about that i think it's interesting, too.
because like you mentioned with food stamps there has been cases of fraud particularly in puerto rico. and senator sessions in the report found the same thing with disability insurance. there is one case in puerto rico where a plant closed down 300 workers, all of the sudden 290 of them applied for disability insurance once they were laid off. and they all got approved. so he they were thinking this brought this to their attention it. they are thinking they are using this cannot speak english as a way to apply for disability, especially in puerto rico. from especially when the process for naturalization involves having a working knowledge of the english language. doesn't make a lot of sense. elizabeth hairington, thank you so much. >> thanks for having me. >> coming up, so much for sovereignty, one state now letting illegals practice law. is that fair? we will report. and can you decide. >> plus, it's the fastest in sports. races are warming up. ainsley?
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welcome become, 22 minutes new past the hour. quick look at your evidence lines this morning. at least 350 people are dead. 2,000 missing after a landslide buries a village in the afghan province of badakhshan. rushed with shovels to help the villagers. rain contributing factor to it that land sloid. legislature passing a bill to allow non-u.s. citizens to practice law in that state. illegal immigrant jose manuel -- did i say that well? i hope i did.
this despite a recent supreme court ruling illegal immigrants with not be issued a law license but federal law allows states to make exceptions. there you go in florida. ♪ >> it is ryu piewted to be the fastest two minutes in all of sports the 140th kentucky derby kicking off tonight. 20 thoroughbreds go head to head in a race for the roses. >> anna is live at churchill downs. good morning. >> good morning to you. thousands of horses that compete across the country to try to get in this race today. only 20 of the best are selected for the race. they are all 3-year-old thoroughbreds. all colts running today. we got a chance to take a look at one of them. take a look at uncle cy's story. >> come on cy, you can go back to sleep after you run.
>> this is one of the races. his uncle named him after uncle cy for "duck dynasty" which is one of the sponsors. >> chip loves uncle cy from "duck dynasty," it's all about uncle cy. >> gary is the trainer who hand picked uncle sigh. >> i said this horse is absolutely going to take us to the derby. >> uncle si is back here, right? >> yes. >> trainers love to see a horse lay down. that is the ultimate relanguagessization. if he goes out there and looks at the people and let's everybody take his picture and very very cool. >> today he is not just running for prize money, is he running for the wounded warriors stable. the name was inspired after the owner chip mccune shared a plane with an injured shoulder. >> on walked an elderly man and a young woman, much like yourself, and she was holding a baby. and that was the father and
the wife and the baby of a very badly wounded soldier who was sitting in back of the plane. and the father carried him out. >> carried his son out? >> um-huh. and that kills me. that story kills me every time. it's like -- it's what it is all about. and chip cried and she cried, lynn, his fiancee. got off that plane and they changed their stable to wounded warrior. >> 10% of everything he makes on the track he gives to military charity. to date that's $160,000. >> it changes the whole demographic. it changes their wives, their kids, their parents, their way of life. it's a great thing. >> uncle sigh might have to overcome a lot to win the race today. but then again so do the men and women he is running for. >> today, is going to tell us where our next step goes and where it leads us.
it's all a journey. >> triple counsel baby. >> what -- triple crown baby. >> what a nice piece. >> owner is a very special person. is he bringing three people with him today. one guy who lost his legs in afghanistan. and then the parents of another soldier who died in iraq. is he a very special person. >> thanks, ainsley. >> ainsley, thanks so much. >> how does the track look this morning? can we ask her that? >> it looks great. i have been out there raking it. we are ready to go. >> getting in on the action. >> you can see the horses are behind me. they are warming up. getting their legs stretched and it's going to be a fun day. i have never done this before. this is my first time here. i'm from south carolina. i have always wanted to do this on my bucket list. you have been here in the past. isn't it great. >> it's so much fun and the parties are fun, too. and the food and the fashion. i know you are going to have a lot of that come up for us as well. >> thank you, ainsley.
>> ainsley earhardt live. >> coming up on the show, the dude. >> dude, this is like two years ago. we are still talking about. >> dude, it is the thing that -- >> -- dude. and now the state department has a plan to stop this from happening again. we will tell you about it. >> trump for president? his daughter eevangelical can a may -- ivanka may have just giving a hint about her father's plan for the future. with my friends, we'll do almost anything.
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new survey found that 70% of americans want someone other than a bush or clinton to run for president in 2016 or as hillary rodham put it not a problem. >> that's really good: "fox & friends" this saturday morning. thanks so much for waking up with us. the word dude rears its ugly head once in a while. >> like ashton kutcher dude, where is my car. >> fast times at ridgemont high you don't expect to to hear it from the national security spokesperson when he is being interviewed on "special report" with bret baier. did you see the interview with bret baier. >> did you also change attacks to demonstrations in the talking points. >> maybe i don't remember.
>> you don't remember. >> dude, this is like two years ago. >> dude, it is the thing that everybody is talking about. >> we are talking about the process of editing talking points. that's what bureaucrats do all day long. >> this is almost two years ago. first of all it was about 20 months ago. not even two years ago it has taken way too long for all of this in the first place. are you showing any respect for the four innocent americans who lost their lives and their families by not preparing for an interview on national news like that with our bret baier and using the word dude? >> or by tommy vitor in a position of authority in the first place. i remember when he was driving the press van in 2008 which wasn't that long ago. is he a child. spokesman policy making position where is he changing memo? how does this happen? >> he says this happens all the time. simple talking points. changing the word attacks to demonstrations so when susan rice goes on national television she is specifically talking about the videos. of course a clear line though, all of the contention had been that
susan rice was getting these talking points from the cia. and so when we know now this new memo. >> i'm so glad this happened. i'm so glad bret did this interview. pulls back the curtain. those who d.c. run into at safeway people running the executive branch. some of them are impressive and some of them are not at all impressive. how did someone like this get in a position of authority it really shakes your faith in not just the political orientation but the competence of this administration that tommy vietor had a position of authority. >> they are doing something about it the state department is hiring tutors so that things like dude, i don't know, isn't going to come out anymore hopefully. remember the nominees for ambassadors in front of congress, too and they would not have any idea about the information of the countries that they were going to be living in after leaving the united states? >> he they didn't know about what was unfolding in norway in argentina, countries. >> these are supposed to be diplomats, as in diplomacy. they are offending the countries to which they are
going to be posted before they even get there. >> these congressional hearings now. you know, claire miscass kill out of missouri, a senator has written a letter to the state department saying wait a minute, why are we spending men on this program to tutor our members of -- members of the administration before they have to testify in front of congress. we're going to spend money so that they are tutored so that when members of congress ask you questions you you don't say things like dude. >> easier shortcut in this process just hire competent adult for the job and come with their own skills and self-restraint and maybe even wisdom. stop hiring kids. >> if you were tutoring them, people like dude, like mr. vietor, what would you be telling them? email us at friends at foxandfriends.com. what would you happening them out with? >> we have other stories making headlines this saturday. ukraine bloodiest in months after the chaos breaks out in the streets.
shouting. >> at least 42 people are dead after the intense day of fighting. a building catching fire when ukrainian activists storm the complex being held by pro-russian forces. it's believed both sides were throwing gas bombs. launches first major offensive to take back an eastern city. the violence there leaving two ukrainian soldiers dead. president obama promising even tough iter sanctions against russia. looks like a scene straight out of the movie. two men wearing business suits and fake were wigs. sprayed several esm employees and shocking one many times. no one was seriously thursday there. the robbers are still on the loose. no word on how much money they got away with. ivanka trump knows who she would like to see in the white house. her father. she told greta van susteren, trump would make a fabulous
president because of his viewpoints and because of the fact that he listens and cares about people. >> as an american, i would love him to run for president. he is incredibly smart, incredibly knowledgeable. he has had tremendous experiences which would prepare him for the challenge. as a daughter, it's more complicated, obviously. it's a very tough life afternoon the political one is a challenge. >> well, we have been asking mr. trump if he is running but he keeps telling us, we will see what happens. >> and ben affleck may be great at run aring a gambling racket in the movies like this. >> why the house? >> the house always wins. which is why we don't have to cheat people. >> if the math is right, am i missing something? >> no, you didn't miss anything. we missed something. >> in real life not so much. harvard walk casino in las vegas busting the hollywood
mega star for counting cards. is he banned from playing blackjack he at the casino. >> counting crimes is a -- counting cards is a crime. being too good at the game gets you banned for life. >> of course. >> i'm sorry you are too smart to play this game. banned. >> he is a hollywood star. what does he need to be doing counting cards. >> you should be home with your children. >> impressive actor who can count cards that's not a small skill. >> his friend matt damon was in that movie. maybe he taught him a thing or two. janice, what do you think about that. >> i think he was researching his role for a next movie. right? couldn't he excuse i'm doing a movie about counting cards. >> casino doesn't want to hear about that. >> i was in vegas last week and i didn't remember any of it. >> what happens in vegas. >> if you go on my facebook and twitter page can you check it out. >> it's all there. >> no, it's not all there let's take a look at the maps. a beautiful day and we deserve it after the week that some folks have had
with the tornadoes. it is going to be very quiet this weekend and heading into next week which is welcomed news. we do have some rain across the great lakes and florida as well as the northwest, but much of the country will be quiet and we are not looking at a big storm here and no severe weather on tap this weekend, which is great news. we are going to see some flooding rain fall will however for parts of florida and great lakes and upper midwest. just scattered showers there temperatures really nice. i mean, spring is here, finally. a 4 in new york. 48 in chicago. 44 in minneapolis. 60 in new orleans. watch what happens across the southern plains. first of all, take a look at the future radar and i will show you not a whole lot. northwest, yes, a storm system moving in there. the rest of the country looks pretty good. the temperatures across the southern plains are going to be very warm. 90's across portions of oklahoma and texas. so there you go. there is your springtime weather above average across portions of the rockies and the southern plains, all right. that's it. back inside. we will enjoy the weather outside here in new york
city. maybe, hopefully talk to some people. i like it when people come and talk to us. >> i know but sometimes. >> they want to sleep. >> danishes. >> that's a good plan. >> coming up on the show. kids, leave of the lunch boxes home. why one school is banning meals from mom. >> then the joke is on them. dozens of high school kids take their senior prank way too far say authorities and get arrested. should they be punished? should they be in jail? we'll debate that coming up.
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is under fir for banning students from bringing home packed lunches unless the child has allergies or religious restrictions. the administrators want to make sure the kids get healthy meals but the department of children and family says they do not require child care facilities to provide oversight of what parents pack for their kids to eat. >> whoa. >> well the marine corps scholarships foundation honors marines by helping educate their kids. >> in the last a 2 years, the foundation has awarded more than $80 million in scholarships money to marine corps sons and daughters. >> last night the organization held its new york will he he they're neck celebratory ball. among the attendees kevin ainsworth from the marine scholarship fund and scholarship recipient and speaker join us this morning. >> thank you. >> how does it work, kevin? >> first, thank you for having us on again. this is -- you have done this many years in a row and
we really greatly appreciate it. >> it's so is cool. >> we love our marines service, pride, their uniforms. we see them out there doing so much for our country. and to see their children not be able to get a college education is painful thought for those of us who love those marines. and so this foundation was formed a 2 years ago to help educate children of marines. we have many great donors this year the ball raised the a million dollars. we have given out in the last year $6.6 million in scholarships to children of marines. >> wow. >> it's fantastic. we have special consideration for children of the wounded. you know, that tugs at the heart strings every time. right? you see a marine in a wheelchair or something. >> of course. >> guido here is one of our success stories. the foundation has basically 86% graduation rate from college for the students who have received these scholarships. >> and, you know, your father died when you were
pretty young. >> yeah, i was 11 when he he passed away. >> you have this incredible work ethic. you wanted to go to college and this foundation helped to bridge the gap for you. >> yeah, definitely. my father passed away when i was about 11 years old. i sort of felt like he sort of gave me this sense of self-motivation and work ethic that i have carried with me to college. >> we have pictures of him on the screen he was a marine in vietnam? >> yes, that's right. >> that work ethic that we love to see. and i think leads to that high success of the graduation rate. the children of the marines learn those same values that the marine, that the parent had. and they carry those through. and it's a winning success story. >> do your classmates know that you have been helped by the marine corps foundation? chool that is. sort of, you know, a the love people go there on scholarships and we sometimes get together and talk about how. >> sort of an expensive school. >> one of the most important, right? >> yeah. actually. and so, yeah. i'm pretty okay and open talking about like this is
how i'm actually affording to go here. >> that's pretty great. >> kevin, when we think about recruitment and sometimes the difficulties, the challenges that the marine corps faces, how do organizations like yours help that process? >> i think that everybody loves, as i is said, loves marines and when somebody is deciding to go in and serve and when they are serving, they want to know what are the -- they are usually serving for selfless reasons. they have some sense they want to be able to carry on a i will afterwards and not give up their whole life which many do. >> the family is taken care of, the foundations are -- i think when people enlist they are not thinking when i have kids it will be great when they go to college. we know that when people are in and deciding whether to stay in, when people have children, and then they learn about the foundation, they are very surprised. it's something that a lot of
people don't know about. and so they are surprised to find out wow, there are people out there that will help me help my kids in the future. >> that is pretty awesome. and what a deserving group. thanks a lot for joining us. >> thank you. >> thank you very much. >> 47 minutes after the hour. coming up on "fox & friends" weekend, do you feel like you are not as successful as your siblings? it may not be your fault. just blame it on your birth order we'll explain. >> or it might be your fault. dozens of high school students take senior prank to the next level and get arrested for its what the punishment fitting the crime? we will debate that coming up. ♪ you've reached the age where you know how things work. this is the age of knowing what needs to be done. so why let erectile dysfunction get in your way?
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welcome back. more than 60 students arrested after a senior prank goes way too far in new jersey. students broke in and trashed their high school at 2:00 in the morning, smearing vaseline on doorknobs. oh no. they taped hot dogs to lockers. destroyed desks and did other things in the hallways pretty disgusting so. far 24 students have been criminally charged. of the school district is considering additional action. what should the punishment be for these students? joining me now for a fair and balanced debate jonna spilbore. >> good to he see you this morning. >> good to see you, clayton. >> 62 kids involved in this. do you think that's too far. >> breaking is a felony. these kids committed a felony. this is known in the legal world as felony stupid. they should not be charged. honestly what they did was wrong but this is a crime that can be aleve yated president parents pay out a lot of money to make sure that this school brought back. they cleaned up the school
but these kids don't deserve criminal records. they don't deserve not to go to college. they don't deserve not to have their scholarships ripped from them. >> superintendent considering no presume. banned from other senior traditions. not graduating not going to college as a result of this. is that a normal senior thing it? >> is a normal senior thing, actually. this there may have to be some if there was destruction of property and maybe something like they can't go to the barometer or something to basically say to the school community you can't do these things. clayton i have to tell you i have a senior my son came to me with a senior prank idea. we are going to get together, dad, we are all going to go to the library and sleep overnight. be in sleeping bags so when the faculty comes the next morning i said bad idea, that's called breaking and entering. i will tell you what they did do. what they did do decided go to all boy's school. we are all going to bring our dogs in the next day and walk around the hallway. 60 boys came in with pet dogs walked around the hallway. a clean stunt.
the faculty loved it. the faculty was playing with the dogs. it was kind of fun and no one got hurt. >> no one got hurt. is that the issue here. gravity. damage to the property in this situation. if some of these kids were over 18. so then you have got juveniles and adults. how does the law look at those differently in this situation? >> usually 18-year-olds are treated like adults. i will tell you what, i'm not sure if it's the same in new jersey, here in new york, if an 18-year-old commits a crime, they are treated as a, quote: youthful offender that means they can be guilty. be found guilty, but that record is forever sealed. no college will ever know of it no employer will ever know of it. so these kids -- nobody was more than 18 years old. and if they have the same provision there, they would qualify for that which begs the question. then don't bother. let's not prosecute them. let's have the parents pay some money and let's call it a day. >> what sort of precedent are we setting here today though. it's okay. you break into a school and smash things. go to the bathroom in the hallway. which many solve these kids
did. spray paint things. this is okay under the law? >> if there was destruction and your honor naghtd in the hallway, something has to be deny to send a message to the school community it won't be tolerated. >> throw money at the problem. >> parents will have to pay for the destruction kids under 18. kids over 18 they will have to pay for it themselves and may have to do some community service. >> also criminal record going forward for the rest of their lives. do they have a case. could they actually flip the tables on prosecutors? >> flip the script? >> flip the script. say this was a simple senior prank and now we have criminal records and going to ruin our careers. >> and that's a great question. and prosecutors have what we call discretion. so, any -- a prosecutor with a heart, if you are prosecuting this, do you want to see these kids have a criminal record -- you don't get rid of your criminal record, not ever. no prosecutor with this intent, they didn't burn down the school, right? they did a lot of stupid things, and studies have shown most of these kids
were male. studies show a male's brain doesn't mature until 2 a. it's a scientific thing. >> do you agree with that. >> i don't agree with that that's a subject for another day, i think. >> what's been the response from parents in all of, this actually having to foot the bill for this? >> it's a problem. i think this is another example of parents have to talk to their kids. my f. my son didn't come and talk to he moorks maybe they would have gone into the library. than they would have broken. in baby they would have been subject to criminal charges. so i think there has to be communication between parent and child and when there is, sometime we parents can give pretty good advice. >> know where your kids are at 2:00 a.m. >> not every parent is a lawyer. and kids can say here is what i am going to do to my high school. will this get me locked up. nice to see you this morning. >> nice to see you too, clayton. >> punt to me on twitter at well clayton morse. morris. >> another secret waited
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>> hey, everybody, how are you feeling? saturday the third of may, 2013. i'm anna kooiman. as the house pushes for a special committee. the state department says benghazi is a waste of time. >> the amount of man hours and taxpayer dollars that go in to all of this is incredibly time consuming for our folks here. >> too much work to deliver justice for four dead americans? >> then they left our
americans to die on a secret wait list. another secret blower is coming forward saying this is just the tip of a very ugly iceberg. speaking out for the first time only on "fox & friends." >> tree trimming goes horribly wrong. [gasp] >> amateur. but is he fine. how he walked away from that one. "fox & friends" hour two. i'm not laughing. starts right now. >> the united states marine corps, you are watching "fox & friends." >> now when you say i'm not laughing, what you really mean is i'm laughing. >> i'm trying to keep my -- >> it's okay. our producers remind us he is okay. despite all appearances. >> being knocked off the ladder. >> my dad fell off a ladder one time. up cleaning the gutters. he used to as a kid have me
stand there and hold the ladder from the obama. dad, i'm like six years old. if you fall backwards there is no way a 6-year-old is going to be able to hold that ladder and lift you back up on top of it. i think he wanted me to help out. >> that was his way of baby-sitting. >> and he fell down. >> we have news, many of you may have been following. this it's developing day by day on benghazi. 20 months after the tragedy of the loss of four american lives. >> john boehner has announced a special committee that will investigate the attacks with new vigor. state department responding by saying all these investigations are, quote. incredibly time coming for its workers and very very expensive boo who. >> now it seems like some lines or dots have been connected now between the white house. long thought maybe susan rice talking points came from the cia now letters unearthed by freedom of information act request, lawsuit on behalf of
judicial watch uncovering direct correlation between the house and what happened on those sunday morning talk shows. the state department saying, look, we have got better things to do right now than to go back and relitigate benghazi. take a listen to marie hearth. >> the am of man hours and taxpayer dollars that go in to all of this is incredibly time consuming for our folks here and other agencies as well. we are committed to doing it because it's important, but when we have already done it, the point of doing more of this when we could be spending our time talking about, again, embassy security, bringing people to justice, we think that's a better allocation of resources given that we have already gone over this. >> better allocation of resources. we want to get to the truth in this email that judicial watch had to sue for, seems to be a smoking gun is what it has been called in the headline it says 4 p.m. prep call with susan rice. let's make sure this doesn't appear that it's a broader failure of policy on behalf of the obama administration. let's blame it on an
internet extremist video. and we still don't even know where the intelligence came from for that little piece right there. it is a waste of time doesn't appear to be. joe trippi is a democrat and he is even calling out the administration. let's listen to what he he has to say. >> he they are treating this like the partisan attack they see it to be the problem is the optics of that, given that there are four americans that lost their leist and there are still unanswered questions about why they weren't defended. there are legitimate -- i don't think they view and it's still an open question about -- and i don't really view the talking points as a big issue. the real issue here is why did an ambassador have little or no real security in a place like libya on september 11th. >> that's a great question. who was in charge of security at the time when we knew that there were a number of attacks, a number of threats leading up to this incident. we knew they had drones in the sky watching ago live video feed as this battle
unfolded for 7 to 8 hours. ty woods, of course you remember he was killed tragically in this attack, a navy seal who was killed, said when the bodies arrived back in the united states, hillary clinton looked right into his eyes and still was blaming it on that video. listen. >> well it, came out on the 12th, i'm sorry, on the 14th. this was about the same time that i met hillary clinton when the bodies came in to andrews air force base. and i think i mentioned this to you before. hillary clinton came up to me and i gave her a handshake and a hug. and when i shook her hand she said to me: we are going to have the film maker arrested. >> do you i think this may be te single most shocking thing in the benghazi story. secretary of state doesn't get to arrest people. second first amendment protects free expression of political views in which this video contained. the idea that because you do
a video on the internet that the obama administration doesn't like you get arrested is over the top. by the way, he was arrested. and not only was he arrested, there is no sober person believes this film maker would have been arrested had it not been for the administration blaming him for the benghazi attacks. moreover, no would have seen the video if they hadn't called attention to it. this guy did a long time in jail. is that what they do with inconvenient people in the administration? we are just going to have him arrested. that's thought the not the way it works. >> people responsible for the attack we have video of them hanging out on beechesz. >> they have done interviews with american news crews. knocke not like they are hard to find. this divif who irritated hillary clinton was taken away to jail. shocking. >> oonto piggy back up what joe trippi said as far as the security goes and the talking points go to link the two together, it goes to prove a lot of folks say anyway that there is some sort of protection going on to trial to protect the
president and also hillary clinton. so, essentially, playing politics and putting politics and the protection of both of those individuals ahead of the four lives that were lost. >> yeah, so just a warning. >> ahead of the election, obviously. >> just think twice before you post a provocative youtube video. hillary clinton might just have you arrested. that's the way it works. don't like them have them arrested. it actually happened. >> yeah. and we can talk more about this and some of the frustrations i have with the administration moving towards internet restrictions. i mean, we are getting -- i think we are entering into an interesting and scary time right now. >> stop. they could have you arrested. >> lead us know what you think about it, email@example.com. please weigh in. we will be talking with governor huckabee about this very issue coming up later in the hour. >> 8:00 hour. >> we have other headlines we want to tell you about potentially a deadly virus here in the united states. centers for disease control announcing respiratory case called mers in the united
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the secretary of veterans affairs put three officials at the phoenix v.a. on administrative leave. this whistle blower claimed 40 veterans died after they were put on a secret wait list. the officials including director sharon helmand denied knowing anything about that list. a second whistle blower has stepped forward. she is dr. catherine michelle. she was worked at that hospital for 16 years.
she says the problems go way beyond the list to the corruption of the entire v.a. system. dr. kathleen mitchell was talking to us only here on "fox & friends." we are grateful to have her. doctor, thanks for joining us this morning. >> thank you for having me. >> you have said that you were concerned that officials at the v.a. would seek to cover their tracks by altering or erasing electronic documents pertaining to this list. >> yes. that was the concern when the employee asked me for moore assistance on sunday night to secure the only paper copy that he had so that management would not have the ability to go back in and alter the document in the computer. >> that would be a crime, is my understanding, to do something like that but you think management at the v.a. is capable of that? >> oh, yes. in the past, the investigations that have occurred on a routine basis in the 16 years that i have been there in general, things are swept under the carpet before the investigation is completed
because they have advanced notice. >> you said that you believe that the corruption of the v.a. had a direct effect on patient care and led, in some cases to people dying. is that correct? >> any corruption within the department of the v.a. system will have a direct effect on patient care because our mission is to provide healthcare services for veterans. the any any anything that impedes our ability to provide safe care we equally have impact on patient care appropriate consults. delays into getting into lynn nics. whether it's the physicians that are retaliated against for bringing up patient safety issue is the fact staffing is drastically inadequate the to cover the needs of the veterans even for what nobody has said. allegedly 40 people that
died while waiving. even if there hadn't been a paper stack paper list before you were put on the electronic paper list. i couldn't guarantee that the phoenix appropriately in a timely manner. not just our facility. the department of va and all the medical centers are shorthanded. >> those are pretty serious charges are are you concerned that you will face retaliation for airing them publicly for becoming a whistle blower? >> yes. >> even if the public support is wide enough to or when they recognize the seriousness of the problem in all v.a.s, unless the public can change the v.a., the system of administration is going to end up coming back at me for retaliation in the long term. that's the way it's always been. >> you would think they would want to know if the system isn't working and veterans are dying as a result. you would think the last thing he would want to do is punish the person who brought it to their ait
tension. >> such logic rational thought is not common within many v.a. administrators in the department of the v.a. there are across the country there are physician after physician that i'm aware of who have tried to speak up for patient safety care issues. and have either gotten retaliated against by having the proficiencies dropped, they are laterally transferred or removed. there is actually a couple processes which no one has really got noon detail called sham pier review. that's where a pier review normally is where a facility has a significant concern about the ability of a physician do routine patient care. they pull a section of their cases and review them to make sure that the clinical care that was given by the physician is consistent with the medical standard for those conditions. there are facilities, department of v.a., i'm sorry, medical centers where administrators use the
ability to order a pier review in order to basically smudge a physician's reputation. >> that makes sense. >> let me just ask. this has been going on, you said for some time now. but you have only recently come forward with it publicly. is that why? why the lag between you noticing these problems and you reporting them in public? >> there is a couple of reasons. one is it's always better to work for change within the system. publicity actually gets attention focused on the v.a. what generally happens cameras are on. after they are off retaliation against anyone who spoke up. it doesn't matter from what department. and that's been the way it is just the way operations are done within the v.a. system. i do want to elm' if a size the majority of administration are honest. in every facility there is a few administrators that are so unethical that they basically have and they
wield enough power that they have the ability to silence everybody who brings up patient care safety issues as well as prohibited personnel practices. preselection for jobs. for gs level employees much the ability to penalize them because they don't have sufficient staffing for a particular department so that and so they are not able to complete their job efficiently. you are not supposed to be able to penalize gs level employees because of short staffing in the department itself. when it's deny, then it's up to the union at each fillings to go forward and protest it on behalf of the employee. most employees don't bother because the risk of retaliation is too high. >> as numb as i am to stories of bureaucratic in mismanagement dmv shocking take place at veterans hospital as much as the v.a. system. thank you for being here this morning.
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she was a real inspiration. out on the trail. i rode with her part of the day yesterday. she falls down. gets back um. backen othe bike. that's the real theme here. getting back on the bike. i spoke to president bush about the difficulties that these veterans have to it overcome. >> every vet here has overcome difficult circumstances and are now riding pretty difficult bike trails. and the symbol is that, you know, can you succeed. and some people ask me all the time about being with the vets. my answer, universally is i'm inspired. you know, i may have a knee ache, but it certainly not even close to what people who have been riding these bikes today have overcome. and if our citizens see them overcoming difficult odds, they themselves who think they have got the toughest hand to play should be saying wow, this person can too it and live life to the fullest, so can i.
>> we have all gone through traumatic instances. some of us worse than others. we are here to support each other and be on the trails together. ride together. at the end of the day it doesn't matter if you are missing a leg or arm. we are out there to figure out whatever our new normal is going to be. >> you know, the key according to president bush is to not rely on old organizations like veterans affairs but also to consider private solutions. and also support groups. now, here at the ride, higher hero is here. warrior foundation is here. of course the bush foundation. i spoked to the green beret foundation yesterday too long a lot of research. trek bicycles giving free bicycles out to all the vets when they leave with all the warriors. absolutely inspiring. i spoke to president bush yesterday about the need that the veterans have to retool and how difficult that is. let's watch. >> we're also helping bridge the language gap between employer and employee. for example, you know, a guy
writes on its employment form i'm a sniper. well, the employer is going to say they don't need a hire a sniper. if he were to put on my skill set in the military required patience, discipline, practice, you know, he might say well, that's the kind of guy i want to hire or kind of person we want to hire. we are helping it to bridge the language as well. i'm in to help people find meaningful jobs. >> you know, a vet with a traumatic brain injury actually fell, hit their head, got dizzy when they had the injury got back on the back. that's the can he here. all about team work working to get back in society and regain the new normal. >> dr. marc siegel live for us this morning at that big race. thanks so much, doctor. >> thanks, doctor. >> thank you. >> coming up, the dude. >> this is like two years ago. we are still talking about. >> dude, it is the thing. >> dude, now the state
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>> shot of the morning, main teenager selfie. a teen spotted a squirrel white on pot palm harbor, florida. naturally he wanted to take a picture with the squirrel. turns out he doesn't like the paparazzi. the flash and sound of his camera scared the squirrel and it wound up attacking him by climbing on his back. >> i love that they have snapping photos. mother flashed this photo of all the chaos going on just in time. he wasn't hurt. rather than going to help her son she is taking pictures. >> he was worried he was coming after his nuts. >> ouch. >> ouch. all our fault coming into the squirrel territory fat
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capitol hill involving ambassador nominee. when when john mccain slammed for getting facts wrong on norway's government? >> the government has denounced them. the coalition government, part of the coalition of the government. >> i would say, you know what? >> i stand corrected. >> i have no more questions for this incredibly highly qualified group of nominees. >> one democrat, senator claire mccaskill calling out the state department, asking why they are spending money on tutors rather than spending time and attention fixing real problems. a new york man high on drugs calls 911 to report that a drunk driver hit him. malcolm saidbury on the left told police that the man on the right side swind him. when officers arrived and interviewed him, they found he was high. the blood alcohol condition tent was three times the
legal limit. no surprise, both men were arrested. fmla ming goes go horribly. >> oh, he is fine, everybody. is he fine. what went wrong? youtube user commenting when cutting off limbs do you an undercut first, end of lesson. taking to twitter says his buddy is already. >> there is a guy holding a ladder at the obama. >> i love that lumberjacks are on twitter. awesome. >> everybody is on twitter. >> that's amazing. >> even out on the woods they are on twitter. >> janice is out on 48th avenue. she is twit snrer hello, look who i found. wayne and alma parks. where are you from? >> new york. >> what do you in new york city? >> going to be in the five borough bike ride tomorrow. >> very nice. you train for this kind of thing? >> i ride all the time. >> how about this weather in new york? >> beautiful.
awesome. >> who do you have to thank? >> who would i like to thank? >> yeah. >> everybody. >> especially people from conseki transport and logistics. >> thanks for coming. stay right here. we will will do the weather. take a look at the maps. there is the kentucky derby. that's also happening today along with the five borough tour in new york city. beautiful conditions, 70 degrees. a little windy so hang on to your hats, ladies, taking a look he at the rest of the country temperaturewise we are in good condition, 50s and 60's really across the board. a couple of 40s i know across the northern plains, upper midwest, it is going it warm up and feel nice. there is a quick look at the radar. here in new york a few hit or miss showers. along the coast looking good. florida you could see heavy rain northwest a little system moving in there. no widespread severe weather today good news. good luck on the tour and thanks for coming. >> all right. >> what channel do you watch? >> fox. >> fox news. >> always, always fox news. >> excellent. i didn't even pay them.
>> good you had the mike flag right in their face. that's always helpful. >> bye. >> come up on the show he it is ainsley earhardt. today is the the 140th annual kentucky derby bringing thousands of spectators. five american heroes given of the surprise of a lifetime, watch. >> show our appreciation for all that you do, active to your oath and early times have teamed up to send you to the kentucky derby on may 3rd. you and a guest will be picked up at your home by a private driver to enjoy the kentucky derby. it's our time to say thank you to one of louisville's heroes. >> ainsley earhardt is live at churchill downs covering the kentucky derby for us. good morning. >> good morning to you. the early times mint jew lep -- jew lip is julep is the
official drink. jason brown and manager for early times. thanks so much for being with us guys. >> thank you. >> you are one of the ones that was surprised. you are here for the first time. you live in the area, never been to the kentucky derby. >> yes, ma'am. >> how did they surprise you? >> they asked me to come down and have me do a speaking thing and when i got there, the captain, captain colley said hey, by the way i have got it leave i said what do you mean you have to leave? he said you are didding to take over for me and answer questions for us and i said okay. he pounded on the door. we walked. in and the band started playing i'm like whoa, wait a minute. >> what's happening? >> there is something wrong. we are in the wrong room. >> thank you for serving our country. thank you. your company sending soldiers for the first time seeing these horses race. big race and appreciate you your doing that for our country. how did you did come up with
this idea. >> working for the past four years program called operation weekend pass. this we're we partnered with active his or heroes. official drink of the derby we should send some soldiers to the derby. we worked with them and nominated five soldiers and their guests going to the derby to have a great time today. happy to do that. >> this is a great day for you at work. >> good day at work and great day atounds lining it whoe you betting on? >> buddy of mine said you have got to bet on the number 3 horse. it's uncle si. we are going to do it on that and 3 is my number. >> he is with the wounded warriors stable. good horse to bet on. thank you so much. have a great time you and your wife tammy. >> happy derby. >> happy derby. back to you anna, clayton and tucker i'm requesting to drink a mint julep. >> 5:00 somewhere. >> looking forward to your 9:00 later. that will be interesting. >> a fox news alert for you by the way.
update about the controversy covered last week over condoleezza rice speaking at rutgers university graduation. brian kilmeade will be joining us here with the breaking news on that. >> and a decorated u.s. marine made a wrong turn in mexico. into mexico with his legal gun and now is he chained up in jail. his mother brings her fight to free him. to "fox & friends," she joins us live next. [ music and whistling ]
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wrong turn? how did all of this come about? >> i received a phone call when he had just approached the border and literally he says mexican officials are circling my car now, mom, i need to let you know where i am. i got lost and made a wrong turn and i'm in mexico i need you to know where i'm at in case something happens to me. >> well, and then he ended up getting arrested because they are illegal there, right? answered gets thrown in jail. >> yes. >> all of these weapons charges though that he is facing there have gotten muddied up a bit because he tried to escape. i guess he felt like that was his last resort? >> he tried to escape because he was in imminent danger of being killed. he perceived he was going to be killed. he called me in a holding cell with many member. i heard a lot of chaos in the background. he said mom, i'm not going to make it through the night. whatever you do, don't come and ask any questions because you are not safe
either. the next day he called me and said mom, i escaped. i got into a better a safer part of the jail i said what, you escaped? i said mom they were going to kill me. there were hit men in there. they told me they were going to rape, torture and execute me and i was going to go out in a body bag. i had to get out of there. i was going to be killed. i feel safer and in a better part of the jail. the relief in his voice the day after so i know that as a marine he had to put his own life in his own hands to escape what he thought was imminent death in that 72 hour holding cell with a lot of men and penitentiary. since then he has been in a safer protected area. >> you say a safer protected area. but since you tell me has been chained to a cot in infirmary? >> yes. he sustained a neck wound and he had to be hospitalized with stitches.
and as of sunday night he told me it was 25 days counting that he was chained by all fours to the 00 cot. and i haven't heard from the statement department that that condition has changed. so i can only assume he is still in four point restraint chained to a cot in the infirmary. >> he we have taupe to help him he is one of our heroes. what's our government doing. >> congressman hunter wrote a letter to the state department. secretary of state john kerry asking that there be a high level review of the andrews case to expedite an immediate release to -- back to the states because he is in desperate need of freedom and with help. he had just been diagnosed 10 days earlier. that's why he was out in the san diego area to seek help for ptsd. he already started a treatment plan 12 days earlier to this horrifying
mistake. >> we do have a quote there from representative duncan hunter. while i recognize that your focus of secretary of state is in many different areas. it is absolutely critical that appear druce' release is achieved as soon as possible. he served his country safely as a united states marine and he is owed the same commitment by the u.s. government in return. that to secretary of state john kerry. we know that back in 2012. john hammer also a florida marine veteran was held for four months in the mexican border prison but pressure from the united states government and pressure from the media helped to get him released and we are certainly hoping the same happens for your son. jill, thank you so much. >> absolutely. if i could just say i put on a whitehouse.gov petition, please, if everyone could go on there and consider signing, i would appreciate it. >> absolutely. >> thank you. >> thank you. had 9 minutes after the hour. caught on camera. media bias at its finest. >> i can see what you are writing down there, you just wrote down blah blah blah for everything that jill ray
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prosthetic hand just for her. joining us is with this incredible story is kylie wicker and jeremy hicker and one of the students from the high school mikey rodriguez. nice to see all of you this morning. welcome to the show. >> good morning. >> good morning. >> jeremy, let me start with you, you were googling around headed over to the internet to see if there was some sort of way that you could find a prosthetic hand for your little girl. we know that they cost upwards of auto thousand dollars. what did you find when you were online that started this whole thing? >> we found that a dad had made the same hand with 3-d printner massachusetts for his son with the same condition that kylie has. so, then from there i googled around to see which schools may have them in the rockford area. >> yeah, mikey. i understand you were working on this at a high school, a program unfolded which brought a 3-d printer into the school which could get to you actually build one of these protest set particular hands for a
student. tell me your involvement in the program and how you learned about kylie's story. >> well, i have been part of this engineering program since freshman year. and the 3-d printer is new this year. it's been really cool. so one day our teacher comes up. is he is like hey, we have a project for you guys. do you want to build a hand for a little girl? and we were just all so exebbs static. it's pretty awesome. >> >> you have had a chance to try on the hand. what was your response when you first got a look at this and how do you think it will change your life? >> it was very cool. and i could pick up some other stuff and grab both handle bars when i ride my bike. >> that's amazing. jeremy, this must have been an incredible feeling when you saw your little girl's face for the first time after she was able to do that. >> yeah. it's pretty amazing. i mean, it's not completely finished yet. they have to make a few
adjustments but i had the one that mikey is making in the back room, and i was pick 'ing up stuff as thin as paper with us. it's going to be pretty amazing. >> can we zoom in a little bit on that. let me get a close up and see what you have there mikey. what was your response when you saw kylie's face after the hard work you were able to do and give her this new lease on life that way? >> it just kind of warms your heart know thawing are going to really help one with what you know how to do. >> well, it's amazing now you have been asked by some other individuals to maybe help out, right? >> yeah. >> that's amazing. we wish you the best of luck. are you excited to get this new hand after they fit it and tweak it a little bit for you? >> yes. >> maybe you can give us a nice thumbs up too once this is all -- i'm getting tears in my eyes because of this. jeremy, kylie, mikey, thanks
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>> hey, good morning, everyone. it's saturday, the third of may, 2014. i'm anna kooiman. we start with a fox news alert. determined to force condoleezza rice out of their commencement. this morning there is big breaking news. our brian kilmeade is here with the story you will only see on "fox & friends." >> and almost two years after four americans were murdered in benghazi, libya. will we finally answers and justice. >> i have evidence that not only are they hiding it, there is intent to hide it. >> in other words, criminal obstruction of justice. the latest on this benghazi bombshell with governor mike hub behe coming up next.
>> and v.a. officials left our veterans to die on a secret waiting list. now another whistle blower coming forward speaking only to "fox & friends" whether it's the physicians retaliated against for bringing up issues. staff inadequate to cover the needs of the veterans. >> more of her explosive allegations coming up on the show. "fox & friends" hour three starts right now. ♪ ♪ >> you are watching "fox & friends." number one morning cable news show in america. >> thank you colonel hunt. that is accurate. that is accurate. >> that is accurate. >> you know what else is accurate. governor mike huckabee waiting in the wings. we will talk to him in a bit. breaking news with brian kilmeade and ainsley earhardt getting us ready for the fast two two minutes in sports and mint julep. >> i don't really like them. >> it's a lot of sugar in there. >> phillies race the kentucky oaks day.
that one is a pink drink with vodka instead of burr on. >> both like equivalent of four snickers bar and grain alcohol. good luck with that. >> breaking news and stories to bring you first. >> start with your headlines. at this hour, indiana officials are rushing to tracked first case of a potentially deadly virus now in the united states. the centers for disease control announcing the first case of a respiratory verizon called mers in the united states. american doctor from indiana who came down with symptoms. next day hospitalized barely able to breathe. cdc officials say the man flew from saudi arabia to heathrow airport and london to chicago's o'hare airport. then took a bus from chicago to his home in indiana. right now the man is in good condition. officials are trying to track down any passengers he may have come into close contact with during all those travels. and donald sterling breaking his silence for the first
time since being banned for life from the nba. during -- he was sounding off during an interview with dejury magazine about his former companion stif van know who recorded shows statements he said quote i wish i had just paid her off stivano breaking her silence saying she is sterling's protecter and loves him like a father. even said she doesn't think he is a racist. >> i think mr. sterling is from a different generation than i am. i think he was brought up to believe those things. >> segregation, whites and blacks, minorities from black jews to light jews. >> do you think he should apologize? >> absolutely. >> do you think he will apologize? >> only god knows. >> meanwhile clippers head coach doc rivers is meeting with team employees who are threatening to walk out over their owner's racist
comments. this time he is riding inside the plane. this morning the california teenager who survived a five and a half hour flight to hawaii while stowed away in a jet's wheel well is heading back home. the 15-year-old has been in hawaii state custody since running away from home last month. also being questioned by the fbi for jumping in that boeing's plane wheel well where he amazingly survived freezing temperatures and lack of oxygen. ♪ reunited and it feels so good. [ laughter ] >> was that bad? [ buzzer ] >> a new jersey family who lost their dog is -- this is a good story though. lost their dog during hurricane sandy and finds them more than a year later. chuck and alicia james say they finally decided to adopt another dog. when they went to the local animal shelter the first pup brought out to them was their dog reckless. he showed up in november but it's not clear where he was before that that's such a cool story.
>> unbelievable. >> thank you, anna. >> let's bring in governor mike huckabee to talk about the big news of the day. nice to be with you guys again. >> what do you make of this benghazi story? so we got access, the public got access thanks to a nonprofit judicial watch to email that really is the smoking gun. we didn't get it. the congress didn't get it. this looks like obstruction of justice. not giving up that email to congress, no? >> what else could it be but obstruction of justice. when the united states congress that has the constitutional right and responsibility to make sure that there is check and balance on the executive branch. when they ask for specific information, they are stonewalled, they are lied to. and then somebody else has to get the information, that's what that is. that's an obstruction of justice. i think this is really more serious. people can dismiss it as a partisan witch-hunt. it's a very serious issue. it reminds me back what we saw in the watergate days.
if this is the tip of the iceberg as trey gowdy is alleging. 20 months since this has unfolded just now. >> i think there is a reluctance on the part of republicans to create a select committee because it brings up the whole reminder of what happened during the clinton years and special prosecutors and watergate and every time special prosecutors and select committees happen it does create a very harsh environment in washington. nobody wants to see things get even worse and more partisan, more bitter. but we're probably going to see it what should happen is the kind of statesmanship that we did see back in the 70 when watergate happened. when you had republicans like howard baker who were willing to ask the tough questions and didn't care that it was his own party that was at fault. he wanted truth. he wanted honor, he wanted justice. this is the kind of statesmanship that is very much lacking in d.c. today. it's what we need.
people ought to rise above their own party affiliations and say, there are four dead americans. i owe it to them and to their families to find out what happened. let the chips fall where they may. >> you mean statesmanship like harry reid, senate majority leader who is saying this is exactly a republican talking point, this is a right wing -- this is a right wing scandal that they are making up. in fact, he said. this read this verbatim. republicans are showing yet again, that they have nothing to offer the middle class. republicans care more about defending billionaires lick the koch brothers and trying to rekindle debunked right wing conspiracy theories than raising the minimum wage or making sure women receive equal pay for equal work. >> harry reid has a theme things go better with koch. he can't utter a sentence without bringing the koch brothers into it they have nothing to do with benghazi. they have nothing to do with this scandal. i think it's almost to a point now where harry reid has become a comedy, a tragic comedy but a comedy
nonetheless. when he says something just know that whatever he is saying has nothing to do with the topic at hand. and this is a great example of that. he ought to be standing up as the leader of the senate, the most's most deliberative body once it was now it's the most dysfunctional body. this is an issue we need to get to the bottom of. if there is nothing there, republicans are going to be humiliated and embarrassed. if there is something there, the country will be well-served by truth. it's always well-served by truth, never well-served by lies. we have been given lies from the very beginning on this story, from the very first day this happened, september 11th, 2012, our government has constantly lied to us and they covered it up and i think now as the old saying is the chickens are really coming home to roost. >> i i want get your take on this bombshell too that was actually just dropped here on "fox & friends." we have a second doctor speaking out from the phoenix v.a. who is testifying to the shredding
of documents to taking screen grabs and giving certain information to washington and concealing secret waiting lists that have caused allegedly 40 of our heros to die. let's listen to dr. catherine mitchell. that seconds whistle blower. >> in the past, the investigations that have occurred on a routine basis in the 16 years thraive that i have been there. in general things are swept under the carpet before the investigation is completed because they have advanced notice. majority of administrators are honest. in every facility there are a few administrators who unethical that they basically have and wield enough power that they have the ability to silence everybody who brings up patient care safety issues as well as prohibited personnel practices. >> she says she is fearful of retaliation following her speaking out on our airways. just how broken is this system? >> incredibly broken. i think we need it to know two things. one, there is a difference between inat the expense and
criminal activity when something is as wrong as this is. actions cover tracks to make themselves look good. in this case the life of a veteran. that goes beyond incompetence, that's criminal activity. the second thing that i hope every american will keep in mind. when we talk about the benefits to our veterans, we are not talking about entitlements. we are not talking about some type of assistance to people that are begging for it we are talking about the moral obligation that this country owes to those who kept their promises to this country. put on uniforms. went halfway around the world to places they couldn't pro-he nouns when they got there, put their lives on the line so the rest of us could breathe free air in our homes and these are the people, and i use this term deliberately, we have a moral obligation to see that whatever it is that we promised them we keep the promise and we never ask them to wait in
line to get it and that's why i think a the lo of americans' blood just boils over this story. >> they were promised they would be taken care of when they came home. >> and they haven't been. >> well said. who is coming up on the show tonight. >> we have kareem abdul jabbar talking about on the sterling case and -- paul tier older sis it ter with be with us tonight. benghazi former cia agent. and i think it's going to be a great show. >> kareem wrote a really compelling piece this week. >> you have been keeping that case in the news. >> i will until the girl gets home. outrageous abuses of state authority against a family that i have ever witnessed in my life. >> 8 p.m. tonight on fox news network. >> a fox news alert. protesters promised to-to stop condoleezza rice from speaking at rutgers. >> the world's worst human
even turn night into day.ing. now she could use a hand, comfort keepers provides a variety of in-home services while truly connecting. comfort keepers. keeping the comforts of home. call comfort keepers now to learn more. welcome back. fox news alert now. students at rutgers university have been dormd stop condoleezza rice from speaking at their graduation ceremony. even staging this protest earlier this week. calling her a war criminal. >> well, so far rutgers officials have registered calls to, quote: disinvite her. >> this morning brian kilmeade is here with breaking news on that. and it's news that you will only see right here on "fox & friends," at least first. >> good morning, brian. >> good morning, guys.
great show as usual. as you know one of the stories that we have been covering and tracking as it got closer and closer to commencement day on may 18th is some of the protests and uproar within the rutgers university where it seems as though a handful of professors and some students. there was about 50 there have decided that she was not the right choice to be the commencement speaker for rutgers graduates this year. so, considers coming back from an overseas trip has decided to do this and here is the statement that's just been released to "fox & friends." this commencement should be a time of joyous celebration for the graduates and their families. rutgers invitation to me to speak has become a distraction for the university community at this very special time. i am honored to have served my country. i have defended america's belief in free speech and the exchange of ideas. she's values have essential to the health of our democracy but that is not the issue here. - she will becided she will rejecting the offer to be the commencement speaker. >> oh, boy. >> she says she doesn't want
to be a distraction it's a special day for these kids and i don't want to be a distraction there. >> that's what she is saying. what you see is handful of students that we could see, 50 showed up at that sit-in. what you see is a handful of professors who decided with her role in they call it torture. the administration called it enhanced interrogation and the run-up in the iraq war itself she would be a bad representative for what the university stands for. this according to a few professors. the president all the way says we are about free speech. we invited her and we want her to stay. we want her to continue to do it. he as far as we can tell was standing by her the entire time. >> kind of dismicial decision. she doesn't want to step on graduation for the students. giving up $35,000 fee. that's a small thing. on the other hand she is in effect being shouted down, drown out. protesters have won don't you think by her pulling out? >> it depends on how you do it. she explained to me through her chief of staff that she is all about academia. secretary or diplomat. she said you know what i'm
about. being on university standards. provost of stanford. asked commencement speaker at smu. national security advisor. she thinks what she has done in her career. if position have a position on a war or whatever they have. she stands behind everything she did as george bush did for everything they did for them to skew and say enhanced interrogation lied up to the lead up of this war as this professor has done. in fact, here is the professor talking to ainsley a couple of weeks ago. let's listen. >> she played a prominent role in the bush administration's effort to mislead the american people about the presence of weapons of mass destruction. and she, at the very least, condoned the bush administration's policy of enhanced interrogation techniques such as waterboarding. and that does it for me. >> rutgers is a place where students should be happy and joyful and proud of their achievements and not be distracted by political controversy. >> this is a couple of months ago anticipation energy was building about what would happen and what decision would be made on
this. do you think there was any fear that there would be any violence at the graduation? >> you know, i wouldn't think so because even the protests this week i was watching the footage of it they said the rutgers paper says said it was the biggest sit-in they ever had. less than 50 people. mostly muslim students. a handful of professors. the size of rutgers university is huge. if there was thousands of people on the lawns. i would still think there would be a strong argue document go if she wanted to. after all she was invited and proud of her record. handful of students feeling this way. she is bawl academia and doesn't want to be a distraction. looking at her background, secretary of state, national security advisor, her role with -- in the bush 41's administration and she went to provost at stanford. university of denver. if you look at people qualified to be a commencement speaker that's it. two years ago snooki was their commencement speaker. >> really snooki? >> really?
>> yeah. >> was anyone offended at that? here is a very special day we put in four hard years of work at this graduation work and you give us snooki? >> it is. i think you should have been offended if snooki was your commentsment speaker. >> this is late rome if snooki is the commencement speaker. >> great work on this story. you heard it here on "fox & friends." condoleezza rice not going to be the commencement speaker at rutgers. thanks, brian. >> thanks for the reporting. >> the sit-in on may 6th is not going to happen. the teach-in may 18th rutgers has got to get somebody else. >> maybe snooki is available again. >> go enjoy pancakes. enjoy your saturday. >> they fight for our freedom and then they come home only to fight to find a job. cheryl casone introduces us to people stepping up to the plate to get our heroes working. >> and if you like your siblings more successful than you, it may not be your fault. just blame it on your birth order.
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24 minutes after the hour this saturday morning. quick headlines now. a new day of heavy fighting in ukraine. this just 24 hours after its bloodiest day in months. at least 42 people are dead. a building catching fire when ukrainian activists stormed the complex being held by pro-russian forces. it's believed both sides were throwing gas bombs around the building. the florida legislature passing a bill allowing non-u.s. citizens to practice law in the state. lawmakers voting in fample of illegal immigrant jose
manuel -- this dispit a recent florida supreme court ruling stating that illegal immigrants cannot be issued a law license. federal law allows states to make exceptions. tuck iter and cheryl over to you. >> thanks, anna. one of the. >> you know, if we talk about it enough, something is going to change. there is a company that is working to change what's happening for our nation's veterans. the unemployment rate so high right now. maryland based nsu serve i visited them. learning about what they're doing to combat veteran unemployment. take a look at this. by the end of 2014, 90,000 active military personnel are expected to return from deployment when the in afghanistan is officially brought to an end. with that return comes a new worry. what will these men and women do for work when they reenter civilian life?
>> i think there is a fear in everyone -- in everybody that leaves the military. >> enter retired admiral. he served under robert gates in the department of defense and now he serves as the chairman of ns 2 serves. it's a subsidy of multinational software giant sap. >> i think think have a responsibility to continue to try to help them be successful because they have done so much for their country. >> unemployment rate for veterans of the iraq and average wars is hovering around 9%. a jarring number that has many settling for anything they can get, even a minimum wage job. >> it was difficult finding jobs that paid well. >> the purpose of ns 2 serves, teach and certify a select group of veterans to become technology consultants. sap software can be found in 70% of companies including the biggest names in intelligence and security. even the u.s. government we
owe them as a country more than a minimum wage job. >> it's a 10 week intensive program. 100% funded by ns 2. the class of 17 veterans are learning the same skills taught to civilian consultants. it's a stark contrast. >> most of them do not have a business background. so, in the initial training, you are talking about basic business skills that they are trying to pick up at almost an mba level of knowledge. >> to many, the courses are a whole new kind of basic training. >> retiring, after doing that for 2 o0 years, coming into this i equate it to boot camp. i'm coming in learning something from the ground up. you know, i want to give it my all. i want to become that well oiled machine again. >> these aren't the only skills they learned. >> you have you ever put a resume together officially. >> i'm horrible at resumes. and i just kind of looked at what my military skill groups were and lumped them in there. >> but there are many traits, vets as a whole have
that companies are looking for. they are adaptable. >> a huge benefit was that adaptability and able to handle situations. >> they are quick lerners. >> they can learn it. they learn more quickly than just about anybody. >> and they don't give up. >> we don't accept failure. failure is not an option to any of us. we will work through any condition to ensure we get the job done at the right way. >> at the end of the program, ns 2 guarantees a job to it all that graduate. the help among the team that created this model other companies that say they want to hire vets will do the same, taking the fight to combat veteran unemployment to a whole new level. >> if we can't employ all the kids that are graduates then we have failed. >> if you talk to any one of us they can definitely let you know this is a great opportunity. this is something that you know, it's changing lives. >> and, you know, their lives are going to change. graduation actually is coming up may 13th for this first class of veterans. and they want to do another program. and there is such a need out
there right now for these kids, these young men and women, and these certifications are going to be gold for them. can you make at least 60 grand and maybe more. ns 2 serves. they are spending about $50,000 per student for three months. >> that's, of course, exclusive of salary? >> the company -- it's like getting a college education. >> that's amazing. >> 50 grand this one company is spending but a lot of more companies adoes the country have got to get on board and start doing it. >> thank you so much. for more information on this amazing program go to our web site. we have it all there. >> coming up, a decorated u.s. marine made a wrong turn into mexico with his illegal gun. is he literally shackled in jail. his mom is fighting to free him. you will hear from her next. plus our ainsley earhardt is live at kentucky derby with a drink that might just break the bank. what she is swapping at
>> you should hear her sing signed sealed and delivered before we came on. >> her phone is filled like singing selfies. that she has with videos on her phone. that was her singing with country super star josh turn everywhere when he visited us earlier this week. that's his smash hit. >> let me be your man. >> you have to get real deep. >> that's pretty good. >> i'm always amazed ♪ turn the lights down low. >> i wish i knew the song more. some day we will go through anna's phone and make an entire hour of it of her videos on the show. meanwhile a decorated u.s. marine who served two combat tours in mexico last month marine reservist andrew got lost while driving on san diego while he was being treated for ptsd. made a wrong turn and accidently crossed into mexico. he had three illegal guns in his truck. thrown in jail april 1st and has been fighting for his tree dom ever since. his mom joined us today with the latest on how the
government is trying to help. >> it's very promising that representative congressman hunter i know wrote a letter to the state department. secretary of state john kerry. asking that there be a high level review of the andrews case. you know, to expedite an immediate release back to the states because he is in desperate need of a freedom and with help. >> his trial is expected to begin on may 28th. >> well, it looks like a scene straight out of a movie. two men dressed up in business suits wearing fake beards and wigs rob a bank in utah. police say the robbers had guns, pepper spray and stun guns, spraying several employees and shocking one of them many times. no one seriously hurt there fortunately. the robbers still on the loose. no word on how much money they got away with and he has got the world's worst human rights record. he even executed his own uncle. now north korean dictator kim jong un is calling the united states a living hell? the communist dictator
releasing his own list of human rights abusers. number one, the u.s.a. so what is america doing so wrong? here are the highlights. the u.s. is a living hell as elementary rights to existence ruthlessly violated. all sorts of crimes rampant in the united states pose a serious threat to the right to existence. >> nothing specific. >> okay. very good point comrade. >> does birth control -- excuse me. [ laughter ] does birth order have anything to do with a person's success? >> what's on your mind? >> huh? first born children achieve bigger and dream more. researchers also say first borns are 7% more likely to stay in school than their younger siblings. they believe it's because parents unintentionally devote more time to the oldest children. we asked what you thought about this study. and my first born is definitely not the chiever in the family but my second
oldest child is definitely is so i disagree. >> i hope those kids aren't watching this morning. >> that's why they wrote in. >> don't give a last name, ellen. >> own protection. >> thanks, greg. >> check in with janice dean outside on the plaza this morning. >> hey. >> kentucky derby first alert forecast hat. >> the smell of horses in the morning. [ laughter ] >> manure. >> go big or go home. look at this beautiful hat. i will be wearing hats each weather hit before the end of the show so tune in will you. "fox & friends" weekend. and let's take a look at the maps. what a beautiful day and here it is here in new york city. and i mean, we're looking for a very nice day for much of the country, including the kentucky derby in
louisville, kentucky. we're going to be dealing with temperatures around 70 degrees. partly cloudy skies. a little windy though. a little blustery so make sure you hang on to your hats, ladies, when the winds come. taking a look where we are dealing with the rain across the great lakes and florida, unfortunately again today. that should clear up by sunday. northwest you are also dealing with unsettled weather. again, dealing with incredible rainfall across florida. take a look real quick. the surplus in mobile 31 inches since january 1st. look at pensacola 50 inches. 4 feet of rain. surplus of over 30 inches. so this area is going to clear up but central and southern florida still going to seat showers. keep tuning in i'm going to be wearing these different hats each weather hit and we will see what happens next hour. >> i like that. >> what do you think? >> i think it's it fabulous. >> i think so too. >> i see your yellow hat and i raise you a gray hat. >> very nice. i just want a tall mint julep. >> that's a salt tri look for you. >> should we go to the after
party? >> it's about the mint juleps. this is an expensive version. >> tucker is appalled at my outfit, ainsley. how is it going down there? >> i think it's so much fun. this is the glass i'm bringing back for you you, anna. so that you can have your mint julep. a large glass. isn't that great? >> you are welcome. >> we are here with america's ceo, the chief entertaining officer. correct? >> that's right. it's the ceo that doesn't makes a much money as other ceos but you are having fun. >> we have a lot more fun, absolutely. i would like to present you you with a $1,000 minted julep. >> as long as you are giving it away. >> you you won't have to pay for it. >> hundred dollars a sip. >> it's a beautiful beautiful cup. it actually goes to charity to old home foreretired thoroughbred horses.
that's a good charity. you also get this wonderful, beautiful gold and silver plated stirrup cup and made with exotic ingredients. special mint sur rip aged in bourbon barrels. candied rose petals. that adds sweetness to it a little bit of rose water in there. and, of course, the star of the show, preserve official bourbon of churchill downs and the kentucky derby. we give you a good. it is $1,000. we add a little extra in there. also get a solid gold sipping stir. >> wonderful. how many of these are you selling? >> 89. >> sell out? >> everybody wants to have one of their collectible cups and they just love showing it around. they are walking around churchill downs with their 1,000 mint julep cup. >> they have it to show that off. >> you are selling for $2,000 already. >> 10 gold cups that go for $2,000. those will be available as
well. if you don't have $1,000, if you want to make a mint julep yourself. mint sugar crushed ice and fill it to the top with woodbury reserve or your favorite bourbon. still delicious. >> i knew i was going to have a good time in kentucky when i got off the plane and girls are there in party hats and cute little sun dresses and handing out bourbon balls. a lot of people here are tailgating with them. >> they are great. kind of a tradition around louisville and kentucky because bourbon and chocolate really go well together. if you want to try one of those. it's one of those great things. >> do you want one? >> sure i will. >> we can candy. >> exactly. >> let's taste them. >> wow. that bourbon, that chocolate. >> delicious. >> it is delicious. absolutely. >> thank you so much. >> thank you. happy derby. >> we shouldn't eat before you have to say goodbye. >> we have to do it. v. isn't this good? >> delicious. okay. guys, i will bring some of these back to you. anna, here is your mint
julep class. >> liquor and candy. >> delicious. >> ainsley earhardt. thank you so much. big thank you to samuel for our derby ware today. >> caught on camera, media bias at its most floor rid and infuriating. >> you just wrote down blah blah blah for everything that jill ray said. she is respectable woman. why are you not respecting her by writing blah blah blah on your note pad. >> if you haven't seen this video, stay tuned, it's unbelievable. >> getting ready to plan a trip? great deal. credit card savings you need to know about. i bkd my trip using tucker's credit card. i saved thousands. what super poligrip does for me is it keeps the food out.
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welcome back. 46 minutes now past the hour. here are your top stories on the web site for your health. are you always fighting fatigue? a new study says you may be a morning show host. changes in your brain could be to blame. researchers suggest a pet scan could be a useful way of screening for chronic fatigue. experts warn the study was too small to make any conclusions. it turns out man's best friend does more than keep good company. pets help lower cholesterol stress and blood pressure as well. gives something to focus on and able it help boost
self-esteem and give unconditional love and acceptance. there you go. >> talk about a study confirming what we already knew. dogs are objectively good. and speaking of confirming what you already knew, many of you may suspect that the media are mostly pretty liberal. most reporters are liberal. every study has shown that. and, yet, it's still jarring to seat curtain pulled back and get a glimpse of what it is like from a newspaper. candidate in oregon at the weekly newspaper in oregon. they were interviewing him, here is what happened. >> i can see what you are writing down there, you just wrote down blah blah blah for everything jill ray said. she is respectable woman why are you disrespecting her by writing blah blah blah on your note pad. >> mark, we're going to move on. i'm going to ask a question and if you answer respectfully we might. >> you have to show respect in order to get respect.
>> climate change do you believe it's a myth or reality. >> it's a myth. >> where are you on the easter bunny. >> what's that? >> where are you on the easter bunny. >> are these really the questions i was called here to answer, really? >> representative, i called you out for putting blah blah blah on your note pad and now you are asking me questions like this? >> you are done here. this is neither a fair or balanced meeting. this is a meeting for us to do. >> i know it's a meeting being asked by disrespectful thin-skinned liberals like yourself. >> there is the door. >> i have better things to do with my time. >> bear in mind the reason they are sitting there mark callahan who got up and left. there seeking the endorsement of the newspaper in this election. the editorial board was interviewing all of the candidates and the female candidate whom he was defending was on speaker phone at the time. they are there seeking the endorsement. they went on to ask the liberal candidate his thoughts on climate control and had a long nice discussion with that guy. >> here is the thing liberals often talk about
this what many conservatives say is a phony war on women. that's been waged by conservatives allegedly, you know, those dirty evil republicans. but how about the war on women right there. this woman is not even in the room to watch watch what's going on there and they are sitting there blah blah blah blah blah. blatant disrespect. what does that say about the mainstream media, right? this may be a small town and a publication that a lot of you probably may not have ever heard of. this is a breeding ground for the national exchange. >> by the way it does reflect arrogance and self-satisfaction. notice, when he gives an answer they don't agree with he is crazy, or the easter bunny and then i don't want to hear it, get out they say. just leave. by the way, this was not some cub reporter who asked a question. 50ish-year-old reporter who a couple years ago won the pulitzer surprise this is a crummy little paper but pulitzer prize winner acting dismissive who answered a question the way he didn't
like. >> stay tuned to see if he gets the endorsement from the paper. we will see. we will keep you updated on that. coming up here on the show. remember this dude dude, this is like two years ago. we are still talking about the most mundane process. >> dude,. >> years ago. >> dude, it is the thing that -- >> mundane process. the state department has a plan to make sure the people don't make the same mistake on capitol hill. you'll want to hear about this. how to use your credit card to score a free fright. coming up. ♪ come fly with me ♪ let's fly down to peru ♪ there's a big boy band
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good morning, everyone. well-begin with a fox news alert. rutgers students determined to force condie rice out of their commencement and this morning there's breaking new. the house now pushing for a special committee, but the state department says benghazi, a total waste of time. >> the amount of man-hours and taxpayer dollars that go into all of this is incredibly time-consuming for our folks here. >> yeah, just a lot of work to deliver justice for four dead
americans. can't be bothered. watch on you, tiger. this pint-sized did you haver has a swing to make him a pro. that 3-year-old will be here live. "fox & friends" hour 4 starts right now. yes, it is, we're in game show voice this morning, ladies and gentlemen. >> welcome. >> come on down. >> pretty good. >> and our ainsley earhart is live from churchill downs. >> do you have a horse in this race? we have one here in the studio? >> sir ed. my beloved mother-in-law is betting on a horse called wicked something or another. >> wicked strong. every once in a while the curtain is pulled back and you get to see who is running the
government. a memo came out, it was pulled out in a foia request, and showed a lot of collusion behind the scenes, the white house trying to change the explanation. here's the state department spokeswoman ma remary hart. >> the amount of tax payment that go entice all of this is incredibly time-consuming for our folks and other agencies as well. we are committed to doing it because it's important, but when we've already done it, the point of doing more, when we could be spending time talking about embassy security, bringing people to justice, that's a better allocation of resources. >> have you ever seen anything more arrogant? >> when you put it in the context of the news in the morning, which we are learning that the state department will be tutori ining members of its ,
they've farmed it out to a consulting agency, the use of money, time and effort their better resources are being reported to. to train you to testify in front of congress. and john boehner saying he will hold a special committee headed by -- but the state department saying they're surprised that john boehner is doing this, saying they're also subpoenaing john kerry about this. they say we've been cooperating the whole time. you've been cooperating the whole time, then how come a nonprofit had to sue in order to get these documents that tie the white house to the -- >> because they say it had nothing to do with benghazi, the e-mail was about the region, but special didn't have anything to do with benghazi. that's interesting, because they were sued specifically for documents about benghazi. >> which raises a question, why is a nonprofit ability to get what congressionally investigators weren't able to get a year and a half ago?
>> that's why secretary of state john kerry is being hauled in front of the committee inch it starts to look lie obstruction. these were the talking points given to susan rice. this is absolutely about benghazi, and they withheld it. >> yet liberals are trying to say this is just a witch-hunt by conservatives. listen to what harry reid is say, responding by blaming the koch brothers -- showing republicans care more about defending billionaires like the koch brothers and trying to rekindle the debuvged right-wing conspiracy theories than raising the minimum wages. >> when we just had this new memo that specifically litches the white house to having altered these talking point.
governor mike huckabee reacted arier. >> this is a man who can't utter a sentence without bringing the koch brothers into it. they have nothing to do with this scandal, but it's almost a point where harry reid has become a comedy, a tragic comedy, but a comedy nonetheless. when he says something, just know whatever he's saying has nothing to do with the topic at hand. meanwhile, more on that story here, keep it here, probably the only network covering the benghazi story. meanwhile, condoleezza rice was asked by rutgers to come and speak at their commencement, then protests ensued. a group of students were outraged they had asked condoleezza rice to come speak will. getting an exclusive here on "fox & friends" and condoleezza rice backing out of delivering
this commencement speech saying -- commencement should be a type of joyous celebrations. rutgers' invitation to me has become a distraction for the university community. i'm honored to have served my country. i have defended america's belief in free speech. these values are central to the health of our democracy. that is not what is at issue here. so she is stepping down. >> i think her motives seem honorable, and i'm still sad that she did this. it's totally fair to debate her tenure as secretary of state, but she's basically being shouted down by a small group of angry people. that's not a good precedent. if you don't want to hear someone's position, you just prevent them from talking? that's not something that's healthy. >> pretty offensive calling her a war criminal, not saying her resume was worthy of being the speaker, when we heard from
brian, that snooki was the commencement speaker a few years back. it will seem they would be more offended by than that is the first female secretary of state and second african-american secretary of state following colin powell. >> but she wasn't on a reality show. >> that's not on her resume. maybe the situation from "jersey shore" will be invited. here's some of your viewer e-mails. if the professors and protesters are any indication of the people associated with rutgers, i wouldn't go there, either. >> and linda says -- it shows class, which rutgers does not have. >> again, a handful of people affect the majority? i would be ecstatic to hear her speech. that is the point, isn't it? don't we want to debate? let's talk about them, not force the person you disagree with to shut up. that's not for free speech.
that's an authoritarian impulse. >> i remember at the university of pittsburgh, different speakers would come. every student could come, have a discussion, there was a q&a session. there was always a difference room of opinions. it wasn't shouted down -- >> but college is about only have approved thoughts. you know that. [ laughter ] >> it's like getting that way. some other stories made headlines, a disturbing story we've been telling you about veterans left to die because of the a secret wait list. officials at the va hospital denied knowing anything about it, but a second whistle-blower is stepping forward. dr. catherine mitchell says officials are destroying evidence, and that she has records proving the hospital used secret waiting lists to hide the long wait times that veterans faced. earlier drch mitchell saided scandal doesn't stop at just one
document. >> in the past investigations that have occurred a a routine basis in general things are swept under the carpet before the investigation is completed, because they have advanced notice. >> and dr. mitchell says she does fear retaliation from the va for coming forward. at this hour, a new day of heavy fighting in ukraine, this just 24 hours after the bloodiest day in months. chaos breaking out in the streets. at least 42 people are dead after the intense day of fighting. the building catching fire when ukrainian activists stormed the complex being held by pro-russian forces. it's believed both sides were throwing gas bombs around the building, this as ukraine launches the first major offensive to take back an eastern city, two ukrainian soldiers debt. now president obama threatening even tougher sanctions against
russia. as john kerry gets called to testify on benghazi, the state department is hiring tutors to prep for congressional hearings, after a spring of embarrassing q&as. remember when john mccain slammed -- >> the government has denounced them, the coalition -- the coalition part of the government. >> i stand corrected. >> i have no more questions for this incredibly highly qualified group of nominees. >> one democrat, senator clair mccaskill calling out the state department, asking why they're spending money on tutors rather than time and attention on fixing real problems. ben affleck may be great at running a gambling racket in the movies. >> why the house? >> because the house always wins. which is why we don't have to
cheat people. >> but the math is right. am i missing something? >> no. no, you didn't miss anything. we missed something. >> but in real life, not so much. the hard rock casino in las vegas reportedly busting the hollywood megastar for counting cards. he's now banned from playing blackjack at the casino. those are yew headlines. the house always wins. thank you, anna. we just told you about the special committee being forced to investigate benghazi. a congressman who has been pressing for answers since attack is next with us. then is angry birds holding back your child? the game, not actual birds. the brand-new study that may make you think twice before putting your kid in front of an electronic gadget. details are coming up up. [ woman ] i've always tried to see things from the best angle i could. it's how i look at life.
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nearly 20 months after the terrorist attacks that left four americans murdered, congress is taking its most aggressive act yet. john boehner has announced a special committee. congressman, thanks for coming on. >> thanks for having me, tucker. >> i think some of our viewers could be confused how a nonprofit watch got this memo when congress has been unable to get this key memo for over a year and a half. what happened? >> that's a question we all want to ask. and yet, you know, this watch
dog group, judicial watch, was able to get this information. little did we know. >> my understanding is if a government agency, in this case the state department, knowingly refuses to hand over a document to congressional investigator, that's obstruction of justice and a crime, isn't it? >> it absolutely is, especially when you're looking at it adjoining with a political agenda. those are felonying prosecutable in law. >> what answers are you going to be seeking? >> i think it will get you to redefine putting together and focus this group of trying to make sure we get all the information 689 there's many more documents that may have been left out. this shows a predicated line of thinking politically protecting the president and the state department, instead of coming up about the facts with what was actually happening.
>> the president's involved in this. two weeks later he's talking about this video at the united nations. so this is a smoking gun that's locked and loaded. >> sol you've been at the center of this from the beginning. why did the white house lie about why these attacks took place? >> well, they had this whole narrative, they didn't want to leave a footprint in libya, anywhere else in the middle east. they were predispositioning a process to fail. when this came about, they couldn't have that narrative before the election cycle, because the president had said al qaeda is on the run, bin laden is dead. the same thing occurs with secretary of state hillary clinton, so they had to dispel this narrative and make sure the american pebbles weren't going be changed in that you are vupts about barack obama. >> but the truth always comes out, the oldest law in washington. thank you for joining us, and i
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that sunken south korean ferry for dozens of missing passengers. those divers will also continue to go through areas already searched. eight bodies have been found today. and police departments could they become the next nsa? they're under fire for invading privacy by using phone an license plate surveillance equipment. at least 25 departments are using a technology called stingray which picks up cell phone data within a mile radius. officials say it's only being used to catch criminals. anna? >> deployed to employ. arier we talked about ns2 serve, and now we want you to meet some of the trainees who will graduate this very program this month. some veterans whose lives have been changed. cheryl is here with all of that. >> graduation is coming up for
this first group of veterans may 13th. ns2 serve is putting it all into the inaugural class, and we want to share some of the stories. take a look. >> even having a degree in computer science i've been looking for a job for over six months. >> reporter: it's a story not uncommon among young veterans. >> we have all these young men and women who have done so much for us, and, you know, they come back and often we can't seem to match them very well with jobs. >> reporter: ns2 serves starts to help to do this. each student has a story. >> my wife is active duty air force. we live paycheck to paycheck. this will give us the ability to become debt free in five years. >> reporter: it has trainees graduate with a certification
and guaranteed jobs. >> i learned about things i had no clue about before. >> clarissa is one of the two females in the 17-person class. striking out in the job market despite a successful military career and college degree, she's betting it all on succeeding in ns2 serves. >> i applied and got in. i literally moved, packed up my house, put everything? storage to take advantage of this opportunity. it's rough, you know, but it's a good kind of rough. >> reporter: ns2 serves fully covers all the costs so veterans can immerse themselves. they live together in the hotel, and eat in the common room or out by the grill. >> we're a pretty tight knit group and make sure that everybody understands anything. if there's something we don't understand, i can go to another person in class and ask them for help. >> they've never met anyone
before, and they've all come together. if you watch how they function as a team, they refuse to lehtonen in that class fail. >> reporter: while clarissa gave everything us for her future, some are giving it all to change the lives of their families. >> my daughter needs a better life. >> reporter: george served two tours in iraq. since coming home, he struggled to find steady employment, even working as a tree cutter just to make money. >> i was suicidal at the time. i had a bunch going on. it was rough for me. coming here was a new look on life. i refocused my life on my daughter and trying to make a better life for her. >> they just want to provide for their families. i think we have a responsibility outside the military to make sure they have access to those opportunities. >> they've bet on us and we're betting on them. if we affect 17 people in a positive way this year, that's
greatness. >> hopefully more greatness for these veterans. they'll graduate on may 13th. for more on this amazing program, be sure out ns2 serves.org, and fingers crossed for them. >> well-paying jobs and hopefully you can do an update and let us know how they're doing. >> can't wait to see how they're doing. good job with that. 26 minutes after the hour. a decorated u.s. marine made a long turn into mexico with his legal gun, but now he's chained up in jail, and his mother is fighting for free him. plus ainsley erhardt is at churchill downs. who is that? >> i'm getting warmed up by richie sambora. thank you. we're going to talk to richie coming up. you have racehorses, you and your father did that together. he sang last night and gave one of his guitars away for charity.
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be true? >> c'mon, that's got to be fake. he hits a football with a golf club which ends up going perfectly through the hoops. >> he certainly looks surprised. is this real? let us know. >> perfect synthesis of all three sports. >> maybe we should ask the 3-year-old prodigy about that. >> have you ever played all those sports simultaneously? >> have i ever? no. >> it's like frisbee golf. >> or frisbee badminton. this is a big one, a deck crated u.s. marine who served too tours of combat in afghanistan, is jailed in mexico. andrew at the present time ahmooreessi somehow made a wrong turn and end eed up in mexico wh
three guns that are legal in the united states. his mother joined us today with the latest -- >> he sustained a neck wound. he had to be hospitalized with stitches, and then as of sunday night, he told me -- it was 25 days counting he was chained by all fours to the cot. i haven't heard from the state department that that country is changed. i can only assume he's chained to a cot in the infirmary. >> his trial is expected to begin on may 28th. iran bans the app. w what's app.. the reason? because mark zuckerberg is jewish. the ban comes two months after facebook bought the company for $19 billion. international texting for free is what that is. talk about an unexpected strikeout. the nypd baseball team leaving
dallas without the championship, because all of their gear was stolen. it was taken outside a marriott hotel where they were staying. the crooks tonight about $10,000 worth of equipment. >> everything you would need to field a team, dress a team literally was just ruined our chances. we opened the van to throw some additional equipment in. it was pretty surreal to see it completely empty. >> only one bag the gear was recovered. the team was in town for a benefit tournament put on by the dallas fire department to support the son of a dallas fire rescue officer. and is the smartphone game angry birds making your child dumb? researchers in new york say children who play touch-screen games tend to score lower on verbal tests. they also found more parents are substituting normal books and baby toys for smartphones or tab letts. 60% of parents polled say they
believed week a touch-screen device was beneficial for children. what does it mean for your co-hosts does is it make your co-hosts dumb? >> huh? >> do you really need a study to tell you that? ever watch a child on the smartphone? smart is a misnomer. >> janice, when you have to pull that slingshot back, that's hard work. >> did i miss something? i have to say i've been paying to this huge group here that's here just to see "fox & friends weekend." what are you doing here? >> this is a group of kids from bozeman, montana that's correct in d.c. and new york learning about their heritage. >> reporter: are you learning a lot? >> yes. >> reporter: who wants to do the weather with me? >> i will. >> reporter: cooper, let's look at the maps and we'll dough weather together. that's louisville kentucky, the 140th kentucky, what's the temperature going to be? >> 70 degrees?
>> where are the winds coming from? >> west. >> reporter: at? >> 10 to 15. >> reporter: fantastic. you've done this before. what do the temperatures say? >> it says 49 in seattle, 50 in missou missoula. and -- >> there's the radar. shower across the great lakes and the northwest, and a bit of flooding in florida. >> and a little flooding in florida. >> reporter: but otherwise a pretty good photographed. >> but otherwise a pretty good forecast. >> reporter: what's the temperature in dallas? >> 91. >> and let's see, atlanta georgia? >> i can't see. >> 75. >> fantastic. what's your favorite channel? >> fox news!
>> reporter: that was awesome. back inside. >> you are out of control. i love it. >> 6:00 this morning, not a soul was out there, she says please come on down to 48th and sixth, then gets a crowd like that. >> i need janice deal -- dean in my mornings. and there's fashion sense and celebrity sightings. >> our ainsley is doing good. who's there with you, ainsley? >> one of our fox favorite celebrities, richie sambora is here with me. you're looking good in your hat -- >> no, you look beautiful, honestly. >> reporter: tell me what you did last night. >> i was at the brown stable barn with trish and sid. >> that's one of the big galas. >> we jammed, and i created this guitar, i designed it with
crystals, stuff like that, it's a one of a kind. i played it. i was playing with mary wilson, travis tritt. >> then you auctioned off the guitar, went for $32,000. congratulations. that all went to charity. >> all went to the american diabetes. my grandmother died. >> my mother has diabetes. >> i have so many friends who have kids with diabetes now, so it was apropos. >> and then "us weekly" voted you the happiest exs. >> yeah, we're good, man. it took a little while. >> reporter: what's the secret? >> you put your child first, is the secret. you know, whatever emotions that you have, you always have to keep your kid first and, you know, when our daughter sees that we're in tandem and having
fun -- i think we're better friends than we were married. >> reporter: that's great. you're also designing clothes. >> yes, i do. i have a clothing company called nikki rich. >> i know it. >> and the horse today. i have a company called chrome, so ironically california chrome -- >> that's your horse of choice. >> i did buy something from the gift shop. >> you bought this for me? >> yes, i did, darling. >> this is the official designer of the derby. how beautiful is that? right up my alley. how great. thank you so much. >> isn't that pretty. thank for being with us, too. anna, clayton, tucker. >> i think he's really -- >> there's a lot of touching going on down there. the mint juleps have been flowing since k7 a.m. and thanks to samuel's hats for
our derby hats this morning. a deadly virus has just touched u.s. soil for the very first time. it's a threat. the question is how big of a threat? what you need to know. we have it, coming up. this pint-sized phenom has a swing to make him a pro. he can teach us a thing or two. that 3-year-old is live with us. it was nice, gavin, don't talk in my ear. guy: hey captain obvious, watch this! captain: when i'm looking for a hotel with a wet pool, i go to hotels.com. you can get up to 50% off with their private sales. that man's privates are no longer private.
it's sad for them, but perhaps an opportunity for you. do you recognize that a-lister? "american hustle" star bradley cooper put on 40 pounds for his next role, "american sniper" based on a book by chris kyle. cooper will play kyle in the movie. 40 points pounds, i feel better about myself. middle east respiratory system or mrs, has -- now an american man returning to the u.s. after traveling there has been hospital usaed in independenced with mrs. we have the founder of mid level u.com. she joins us this morning. >> so mrs is the problem with mers is that it's very deadly.
what we call zone 1/2 osis, means it came from animals. in this case mers came from a campbell. we don't know how it made that jump from camels to humans. we think it's probably through the air, better it could be through drinking camel milk or eating the meat. this is common in saudi arabia where the virus originated. what concern should we have? quarantine? can it be spread from human to human? >> mers does spread from human to human, but fortunately it's a bit different to get it from another person. the only human to human transmission has been people in the same house or sharing a hospital room. we haven't seen it from riding on a bus or airplane from someone. that's a concern with this man who's come to the united states
carrying the virus. so far we haven't seen additional cases. >> so perhaps don't eat camel plate. >> certainly. >> or i'll. also a big report from the world health organization on antibiotics. we've been hearing this for a couple years ago, that doctors say i don't want to prescribe antibiotics, because we're developing this large resistance to them and they're basically not working in a lot of case. now the w.h.o. saying antibiotics are so widely described the bacterias are developing the resistant. >> they looked at antibiotic resistance in 114 countries, and this is a problem globally. unfortunately antibiotic resistance is on the rise. so we're seeing these antibiotics, these drugs that once worked to treat certain infections not functioning properly anymore, because the bacteria they're designed to kill have adapted to tolerate
them. i talked last week about mrsa with the staph infections, we only have a handful to treat that. >> what do we do? doctors don't want to prescribe them for little kids when they're 1 years old. they want to see if they can work it through naturally, but what can we do? >> about 50% of antibiotics that are unprescribed are unnecessary. >> wow. >> the first thing we need to take is stop prescribing antibiotics for colds and those kinds of things. we're under pressure to see more patients in less time, so it's easier for me to write a prescription thain to explain to someone why they don't need these medicines, so we all need to take responsibility for this problem and only prescribe antibiotics when they're needed.
for people taking it, you need to take the full dose. don't stop it once you feel better. you need to take your doses on too many, and maybe sure you kill all the bacteria so they can't adapt and linger. then the next time you do need that medicine it wouldn't work, so don't call the doctor and say i need a z pack. all right. get out of meyer hair, i'll write a prescription for you. good to see you. >> thank you. this toddler has a swing to make a pro. he's showing off his skills, but let's hear from brenda. hey, guys. good morning. just as we're seeing jobs tick up, are these anticapitalists out to tear the market down? it looks like millions of americans who like their employer-sponsored health care plan won't be able to keep it. should you worry? what's the government spending money on taz got bill o'reilly worked up? at the top of owling, only the
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look out, bubba watson, we have a 3-year-old golf prodigy. he is set to compete in his first tourplmenament in june. >> good morning, both of you. >> say hi. >> nicole, how early did you get james started playing golf? >> he at about 15 months, he had plastic clubs, we bought him plastic clubs and he started hitting them around the house actually. >> neither you or your husband are into golf.
how did he get this bug? >> him and my dad, his grandfather, they were watching tv, and he started to imitate their swings, the pros, and then i got in touch with his coach, michael watts, and he said right off the bat he is a natural. >> 3 years old? >> there are a couple few and far in between, but there are some kids that i have seen. there is one in ireland that is great, and he is about 3. >> can i talk to james here? >> sure. >> what is the key to your swing? can you show meet proper stance to hit a golf ball? >> like that, okay. >> am i clear? >> try and hit it right there. >> go ahead, babe.
>> whoa, even with all the pressure of the crowd, look at all the crowd we have here. lots of golfers. [ cheering ] >> you are the 18th at augusta national. >> try to make it in the bucket, bud. >> can you see the man with the came camera? can you get him? >> james, what is the best way to hold it. >> this way. whaeufplt is your favori >> what is your favorite part of golfing? >> chipping. >> that's incredible! >> what do i need to do? >> he is like, i want to do it like bud. >> i am supposed to look like this? >> should you wear high heels,
james, when you play golf. >> it goes up and down. >> good job. give me five. >> do you like it? >> uh-huh. >> nicole, when you hear that a lot of the professionals played in tournaments like this like he is about to do in june, what does that make you think? do you see dollar signs? >> no, i don't think about that, and i am just looking at his future. it's a great sport to get into. he does so well with it, i will encourage him to keep going because he does so well. >> can you play your whole life. you can play in school or until you are 80. >> i see that he has a gift, and i think much him -- i go to the course with him all the time, even when i am tired i drive myself out there. >> nicole, we have a surprise. we didn't wrap it and it was sitting next to you, and our friends from folds of honor that
do remarkable work for the families much fallen and wounded soldiers, and they provided scholarships to the sons and daughters of fallen soldiers, and they wanted to donate this. >> wow. >> this is for you, buddy. >> a pro bag. >> a pro bag. that's amazing. >> i think you could hide in this. at-b bath time you can hired in here. >> you will grow into it. >> you think you can carry it? >> let's see. >> you are tall, james. >> i don't think he can. >> good luck to you, buddy. >> thank you guys, so much. >> more "fox & friends" in two
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we will join him in the afternoon show to hit a few more. and then kevin mccarthy saw "spiderman," and we will talk it up nerd style on the show tomorrow. >> this is my kind of tv. may day protest causing a may day for jobs. these guys blaming capitalism for america's problems, and capitalism is what keeps americans great and keeps us employed, and just as we see jobs picking up are these guys trying to tear it down. this is bulls and bear. and tracy burns, and jonas max barious, and along with jessica